PLEASURES Salutes the Great Outdoors With Its Latest Crocs Collab With Mossy Oak

A sherpa-lined take on the classic clog.

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Shortly after being teased, PLEASURES has now revealed its third collaboration with Crocs.

Coming just in time for fall, the Los Angeles brand’s latest take on the iconic casual footwear clog comes in partnership with Mossy Oak. The PLEASURES x Crocs Classic Lined Mossy Oak Blaze Clog utilizes the Mississippi outdoor lifestyle company’s signature camouflage in orange on the exterior. Taking on a rugged tooling, the shoe features a black sherpa lining, two-way adjustable strap and reinforced bottom tread. Rounding up the design of the collaboration are PLEASURES brand Jibbitz charms and matching back bumper 3D branding.

The PLEASURES x Crocs Classic Lined Mossy Oak Blaze Clog is set to release September 10 on PLEASURES’ website.

In case you missed it, a READYMADE x Nike collaboration recently surfaced.

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